How to Reactivate a Disabled Facebook Account
Facebook have quite the draconian usage policy and at any point in time you might find yourself the proud owner of a disabled Facebook account. Do not despair for there are ways to reactivate your account without having to re-create a different one.
All you have to do is send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org inquiring about the reason that they disabled your account for (usually it’s a hater reporting your profile to be in violation of the EULA of Facebook) and explain your willingness to remove the violating content and if it was just a “clerical error” to reactivate your account.
Other accounts to “CC” in your email:
That usually does the job of getting your account back within a period of 2-5 days, depending on whether you actually had a violation or not, doesn’t that sound more like a country’s court system than a websites usage violation?
Most common reasons for Account disabling?
# Showing too much cleavage if you are a women but men can almost get away with anything — love the commitment to the status quo of society!
# Adding too many friends, too quickly, getting a warning for it and ignoring it.
# You didn’t use your real name that is on your birth certificate!
# Browsing too much of Facebook too often, mostly due to apps like Snap2Face and others like it.
# And many many more!
How to Backup your Facebook Account
Facebook plays a central part in the lives of the majority of its 500 million users and it is certainly a content rich site. People upload photos, conversations and connect with friends all over the world. Sometimes, Facebook is the only place that has a copy of a photo, or it’s the only way that you can get in touch with a distant friend. So, naturally, it’s quite devastating to lose your Facebook profile, and it’s quite annoying trying to recreate your Facebook profile from scratch even if you have a copy of everything that is on it.
While FacePAD is very useful in backing-up your photo albums, it is manual intensive and there is so much more to Facebook than photos.
ArchiveFacebook is a great Firefox plug that helps you to create a copy of your Facebook profile locally on your computer allowing you to access at anytime locally.
Archive Facebook backs up the following information automatically:
# Activity Stream
# Friends List
After installing the app and restarting your Firefox, you will be able to see the tab “ArchiveFB” on the top of your Firefox browser. Log in to your Facebook account and select “ArchiveFB–>Archive” this will display a warning that the addon will scan your Facebook profile for posts after which it will download them to your computer. This process might take a while depending on how active your are on Facebook but after it’s done your will be able to have a copy of your profile. Just in case.
Two things to pay attention to while using this app:
1) It conflicts with the Scrapbook add-on so you’ll have to disable it before you archive 2) you will have to have a Facebook vanity link.
The other option is to use Backupify, an online service that helps you backup your social media profiles including Facebook, Twitter and many more. The basic account, which is free, allows you store up to 2GB of data and allows you to connect a single account per service. For better service, you can upgrade your account or get a business account instead of a personal one.
The service will back up your Facebook’s :
After signing up for your Backupify account, you can add your Facebook profile from Settings–>Facebook and allowing it access to your profile data. Now Backupify will automatically create backups of your profile and store it on their servers for your use whenever you please.